Kevin P. McAnally, 50, owner of computer firm

August 10, 2002

Kevin P. McAnally, owner of a computer consulting business, died of undetermined causes Aug. 3 at Maryland Shock Trauma Center. He was 50 and lived in Westminster.

Born and raised in Reisterstown, Mr. McAnally was a graduate of Archbishop Curley High School. He earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from George Washington University in 1992.

Mr. McAnally, a former longtime Bolton Hill resident, had worked as a waiter and chef and as a counselor for troubled youths in Philadelphia and Louisiana.

In 1990, he was an administrator in the office of the dean of students at George Washington University. From 1992 until 2001, he was an administrator in the office of the dean of the College of Mechanical Engineering at the Johns Hopkins University.

Last year, he established That Computer Fella, a computer consulting business that specialized in computer training and installation.

While living on Bolton Hill, Mr. McAnally designed the neighborhood's Web site. He was a member of the Mount Royal Improvement Association.

Mr. McAnally was a member and president of the Washington chapter of Dignity, an organization that seeks recognition of gay people by the Roman Catholic Church.

He enjoyed working on home improvement projects, reading and preparing elaborate desserts.

Services were held Wednesday.

Mr. McAnally is survived by his mother, Eleanor E. McAnally of Westminster; and two brothers, Jessie F. McAnally of Bristol, Conn., and Bryan M. McAnally of Hoosick Falls, N.Y.

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